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have the chalk and blackboards ready to g let's go! big news today, america. we sent to sleep saturday night and woke up saturday morning $1.2 trillion further in debt. that's t the congressional budget office is right and the government program actually costs what they tell you it will cost. the giant healthcare bill, here it is, passed the house over the weekend. something senator orrin hatch says will never make it through the senate. the house bill's language is different from the senate in several key ways, including an income tax on high earners to finance the bill. the house's version of the bill also includes a public option while senate majority leader harry reid is still waiting to hear back from the c.b.o. before he decides how to craft his version of government-run healthcare business. ann coulter author of "the new york times" best seller "guilty" the paperback edition that goes on sale next tuesday november 17. you heard it in the setup. saturday night into sunday morning, $1.2 trillion. what gives? how did they pass a bill overnight? i thought we would get five days to r
out? welcome to "bbc world news," broadcasting our view is on pbs in america, also of around the globe. coming up later for you, a russian blogger ford his government to admit to police corruption. and how this subway passengers turned out an unbelievably lucky woman. hello to you. we honor the memory of the debt in public and private, speaking their names and telling their stories as he denounced the twisted logic that led to their deaths. the u.s. president's speaking at a memorial service in fort hood, texas, where an army psychiatrist is accused of an attack that left 13 dead and 29 wounded. president obama part offered personal tributes to the victims lives in the service they give their country. >> soldiers wounded in shooting made the difficult way down to the ceremony. 38 were wounded here five days ago. 13 people were killed, remembered by their boots, their guns, their helmets, and a photograph. then, the president, commander in chief in charge of the united states military, americans look to to strike the right notes in tragedy. >> we need not look to the past greatness beca
the updates he will have live updates later g at morning on "good morning america." ft. hood, >>> now, to the shooting at ft. hood, texas. intelligence officials apparently knew months ago through electronic intercepts that suspected gunman, major hasan, hasan, wassing with watched by a recruiter. >> dia ft. hood with >> diana alvear is at ft. hood with the latest. good morning, diana. >> reporter: > reporter: vinita and jeremy, good morning. nificant day. it will be a significant day and a sad day in ft. hood's history. and it's and it's a day many are saying should never have had should never have had to happen. the parade field the parade field at ft. hood will soon be the setting for today's memorial service. there will be 2,000 seats with standing room for thousands other soldiers and invited aests. the finishing touches include a three-story security fence, in anticipation of the president's visit. swirling about heth questions swirling about missed signs, that the alleged gunman was a danger, and might possibly be possibly be in contact with extremists. , tremists. he will insi
minister of great britain, gordon brown and the secretary of state of the united states of america, hillary clinton, the president of the republic ofçó france, nicolas sarkozy, the chancellor of the federal republic of germany, angela merkel. the president of germany. medvedev, the russian president. the vice chancellor to have federal republic of germany and heads of state of government from all over europe. welcome to berlin. >> this is where the walls stood. today we commemorate the many people who died at the wall. every single victim has a special place in our hearts. when the wall came down on november 9, 1989, berlin cried tears of joy. people were dancing on top of the wall. since then a place of horror has become a place of freedom. tonight, we are celebrating a major festival of freedom. together we will watch it is a dominos are toppled. a big word of thanks to the more than 15,000 predominantly young people from around the world who have imstraited these dominos. each stone expresses a yearning for peace. quite a special dom annoy has reached us from -- domino has reached us f
: from officers who -- >> spoke little english when he came to america as a teenager, but he put himself through college. >> reporter: to the sergeant, amy krueger, who wanted to win the war on terrorism, all by herself. >> when her mother told her she couldn't take on osama bin laden herself, amy replied "watch me." >> reporter: the president was unambiguous in judgment. >> no just in loving god looks upon them with favor. for what he has done, we know that the killer will be met with justice, in this world and the next. >> reporter: but most of all, the president paid tribute, not just to the killed and wounded, but to all in the military who now bear such burdens. >> we need not look to the past for greatness, because it is before our very eyes. long afternoon they are laid to rest, it will be said that this neration believed under the most trying of tests, believed in perseverance. not just when it was easy, but when it was hard. they paid the price, and bore the burden to secure this nation and stood up for the values that live in the hearts of all free peoples. >> reporter: with th
>>> good morning, america. on this tuesday, november 10th, breaking news. tropical storm ida blasts ashore. a 400-mile-wide rainmaking machine. and sam champion is there, live. >>> ft. hood. did the fbi drop the ball? we show you e-mails between the suspected shooter and a radical muslim leader. and the attorney has visited his client in the hospital. and talks to us this morning. >>> countdown. the president about to make his decision on troops in afghanistan. and we have an abc news exclusive interview. >>> what's in your food? this morning, our investigation looks at what could contaminate your salad. >>> and watch this. a woman falls on to a subway track. bystanders frantically try to stop the oncoming train. she survives. and we have the unbelievable story, all caught on tape. >>> and good morning, america. diane sawyer with robin roberts, this morning. and we have been talking since we woke about that video. the woman falling on to the train tracks. and the passengers waving, to get the attention of the driver. the driver saw them. and she was shocked, she said, to see a head
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, dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. and additional funding is provided by the following suppo- >>> hello and good evening. i'm daljit dhaliwal. and welcome to a special edition of "worldfocus." for dedes, it stood as the symbol of the cold war. built in 1961, the berlin wall was the line in the sand where western democracy ended and communist rule began. then suddenly, 20 years ago today, it was gone. today, on the anniversary of the fall of the berlin wall, world leaders gathered in berlin, led by german chancellor angela merkel, france's nicolas sarkozy, britain's gordon brown, russia's dmitry medvedev and u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton crossed the former border between east and west berlin underneath the historic brandenburg gate. ordinary germans also turned out by the thousands, placing flowers and candles in the remembrance of the 136 people who perished trying to cross the divide. our german partner, the broadcaster deutsche welle has our "lead focus" tonight, taking us back to the rapidly unfolding eve
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-coast of "good morning america" is joining us. rumor has it it might be a man joining her. there goes my shot. like i need another shot. all this and more starts right now. >>> i want to begin with the tragedy at ft. hood, texas. ki78d 13, injured 30. he is now talking. what set him sof the subject of a lot of speculation. joining me now to discuss, the founder and executive director of iraq and afghanistan veterans of america. from the american islamic foreign for democracy. first let's go to cnn correspondent on the scene. what is the latest, samantha? give us an update. >> joe, major hasan is awake and apparently talking. and you also know that he was shot four times. he is being treated in a hospital in san antonio, texas. and staff members there tell us that he has been communicating with them, although an official hospital spokesperson would not tell us whether he has been communicating with investigators as well. back here at ft. hood, in an afternoon press conference, lieutenant general robert cohen, the commander, talked about you how he feels in this tragedy, they're moving on to a
america is an umbrella society of muslim groups and the society has set up a web site. it's for the hood family fund.com for anyone who would like to donate. and new details tonight about another apparent murder spree. federal investigators are looking into the case of a suspected serial killer in the city of cleveland to try to figure out whether anthony sowell may have been involved in other murders around the world. sowell is a convicted sex offender from cleveland who police say was living with the rotting remains of at least 11 people around his home. the fbi reports it's now reviewing at least three unsolved murders from the late 1980s to see if he may have been involved. it's checking into murders that occurred in places where he lived while serving in the military, including in south carolina, north carolina, camp pendleton in california and oak kin that what you, japan. we have also learned that sowell is facing additional charges. a grand jury indicted him for rape and attempted murder. that's on top of five counts of aggravated murder. he could face life in prison if convicted
this are generally avoided. there is speculation that the north koreans may be sending a message to america. a reminder of what is at stake. >> of the stories -- the foreign minister of iran -- other stories -- the foreign minister of iran said that the accusations against three americans included spying. the white house has called for swift release of the three people, who were arrested after crossing from iran into -- from northern iraq into iran in early july. it turns out that the american soldier who murdered other's shoulders on a military base had been in contact with a suspicious imam. medical workers in shanghai have set up temporary vaccinations across the city with the aim of vaccinating all primary and secondary students by the end of the year. the bodies of six british soldiers killed in afghanistan have been flown home. a month them, five service been shot dead last week. hundreds of people are expected to line the streets to pay their respects. the increasing number of casualties is gradually eroding support for the war. and increasingly difficult challenge for politicians at
fallen teenager. stay with us. america is strong and resilient. and we'll pull through these tough times, we always have. and the companies building the internet are leading this technology driven recovery. more than one hundred billion dollars in private investment over the last two years has spurred innovation, launching new online service and content and put more than three million americans to work. an economic success story. expanding and growing by building a smarter, faster, safer internet. broadband for america: it's working. >>> welcome back. in just over a year, one of the largest churches has seen more of their shares of innocent young people that met violent death. today, another service for the greater holy church. our own bruce leshan reports the 19-year-old of silver springs, virginia, wanted to be a cop. >> reporter: they began forming at nine this morning. young and old came to bid farewell to 19-year-old aaron bryce of silver springs. >> and i found out that he had gotten murdered and i was completely shocked. >> i think that it should be like a wake up call to everyo
the federal government manage the healthcare of everyone in america at a cost of $1 trillion over the next ten years. for the first time in american history, if this bill becomes law, the feds will force you to buy insurance you might not want or may not need or cannot afford. if you don't purchase what the government tells you to buy, if you don't do so when they tell you to do it, if you don't buy just what they say is right for you, the government may fine you, prosecute you and even put you in jail. freedom of choice and control over your own body will be lost. the privacy of your communications and medical-making decisions with your physician will be gone. more of your hard-earned dollars will be at the disposal and tender mercies of federal bureaucrats. it was not intended to be this way. we elect the government. it works for us. how did it get so removed, so unbridled, so arrogant that it can tell us how to live our personal lives? evil rarely comes upon us all at once, and liberty is rarely lost in one stroke t happens gradually, over the years and decades and even centuries. a little
's name. welcome to bbc world news. coming up later, no windows, no crew, america's latest pirate fighting machine. the subway passenger turned out to be a very lucky woman. >> he honored the memory of the dead in public and private, speaking their names and telling their stories as he denounced the twisted logic that led to their death. the u.s. president speaking in fort hood, texas at a memorial service for those that were shot. hasan is accused of the attack. president obama offered personal tributes for the way the victims lived and a service to their country. ♪ >> let's cross to washington, our special correspondent has more. >> before president obama spoke, the army chief of staff said that this of violence was unimaginable. he said it was a kick in the gut for america's armed forces. president obama's tribute was short and simple. this was not the place to look at the motivation of the shooting. he chose to characterize the spasm of violence. >> it might be hard to comprehend the twisted logic that led to this tragedy but this much we do now -- no fath justifies these murderous a
, transportation for america, ranked washington 32nd on its list of most dangerous cities for pedestrians. orlando was most dangerous, followed by the tampa bay area. >> we need to start with a federal complete streets policy, saying when we go to build streets, we need to build them for everybody. we need to make -- design them so they're good places for walking, bicycling, driving, and transit. >> by the way, minneapolis st. paul ranked as the least dangerous for pedestrians. >>> a former maryland resident will file a $1 million lawsuit today against the county's sheriff and his deputy. the woman who is suing is an immigrant from salvador. she says deputies interrogated her and arrested her and her attorney claims unlawful arrest since it was based solely on her race. the sheriff says some key facts have been left out. >>> an autopsy will be done today on two bodies found in virginia. police think the deaths of a man and woman are a murder/suicide. the two were found shot to death in a town house on springfield oaks drive yesterday afternoon. a former neighbor says the 66- year-old man was suffe
parkway. riding on the parkway is even a violation of federal law. >> putting america to work. >> reporter: mayor adrien fenty in northeast trying to draw attention to stimulus dollars at work improving the eastern avenue bridge. but the qstion centered around this wtop video that captured the mayor and his crew clogging traffic and appearing to run red lights. fenty promises to do better. >> i will do everything possible to not only make traffic flow better but to make sure that everyone is as safe as humanly possible. >> but those cycling excursion on the parkway are a violation of the code of federal violations. it's a $70 fine bus $25 in court costs. >> i didn't know that street prohibited bicycles until manage wtop brought it to my attention. i talked to a lot of bicycle riders. they didn't know. >> reporter: looks like he will have to scratch the parkway off the lies of where they train for races. there are multiuse trails like this one out near the airport. this could be one way to stop blocking traffic and avoid riding on restricted roadways. some bikers on the trail were surprised
birthday. >>> 6:55. i'm sure we have a lot more from the gulf coast on ida on "good morning america" coming up. expwried working its way on shore with 50 mile-per-hour winds. we have thickening clouds from a cold front to the west. that cold front could bring us showers this evening but a warm day at 6 5. showers overnight, drizzle and light rain, 50 but most of the heavy rain from ida stays well to the south. we'll be clipped with an easterly wind that will actually cause high waves and beach erosion from delaware, maryland beaches all the way southbound and keep us with the threat at least of showers and only 48 on thursday, 53 on friday. warming up over the weekend. kim? >>> we had volume starting to pick up around the beltway but only one incident to let you know about, that is southbound on the harrisburg expressway approaching timonium road, that crash does currently block the right lane causing a slowdown from about padonia past timonium road so give yourself a few extra minutes. jfx, a little building volume as you make your way at cold spring lane but no problems to let you know a
favorites. 9:18. we will be right back. america is strong and resilient. and we'll pull through these tough times, we always have. and the companies building the internet are leading this technology driven recovery. more than one hundred billion dollars in private investment over the last two years has spurred innovation, launching new online service and content and put more than three million americans to work. an economic success story. expanding and growing by building a smarter, faster, safer internet. broadband for america: it's working. >>> welcome back to 9 news now at 9:00 a.m. 26 million americans have chronic kidney disease. 90% don't even know they have it. this saturday i hope you will join me for the davita kidney run and walk at rfk stadium in the district. opening ceremonies at 10:00. money raised will promote the kidney trust for awareness campaigns nationwide. >>> speaking of health. how about a twist to your thanksgiving menu. we have the lady with plan. nancy robinson is the owner and chef of mrs. robinson cooks a local catering service. >> what are we preparing for our
the campaign upside down? president obama's campaign @ >> from america's news headquarters, we are following a developing story right now. ships of north and south korean navy's have fired upon one another. it is occurring off the western coast of the caribbean peninsula. in north korean vessel was fired on when it crossed a demarcation line. a north korean ship fired back. no word yet on the injuries. there were two deadly encounters since 1999. -- it was during -- on the coast of the yellow sea not the caribbean sea. tehran may put some on trial. the california college graduates were just sightseeing. is serving a life sentence. now, back to greta. greta: pres. the obama campaign -- campaign manager has a brand new book, the audacity to win. he went on the record in philadelphia. a great new book. was it fun to write? >> it was. it was a great story. we have these great staffs. so what was wonderful to go back and recreate. it was a reminder of how difficult this was in the beginning. it was an improbable journey, and we did a lot of things right. the mythology is that things pretty easy a
a loving husband. private first class kham xiong came to america as a small child. he followed his brother into the military because his family has a strong history of service. he was preparing for his first deployment to afghanistan. these men and women came from all parts of the country. some have long careers in the military. some have signed up to serve in the shadow of 9/11. some have an intense, in iraq and afghanistan, and some cared for those who did not. their lives speak to the strength, the dignity, the decency of those reserve. that is how they will be remembered -- of those who serve. that is how they will be remembered. that same spirit is embodied in the community here and many wounded who are still recovering. it was already mentioned in this terrible minutes during the attack, soldiers made makeshift tourniquets out of their clothes. they braved gunfire to reach the wounded and ferried them back in cars and a pickup truck. one young soldier was so intent on helping others, she did not realize for some time that she herself had been shot in the back. two police officers --
-up in pursuing the aattackers. 89,000 rapes were reported in america last year-- a frightening number, made worse by the fact that additionally, an estimated 75,000 went unreported. only 25% of reported rapes results in arrests. just as troubling is what's been happening to those victims who do come forward to report the crime. tonight, chief investigative correspondent armen keteyian has this exclusive report. >> reporter: valley newman says she never expected her 21st birthday to end in rape. >> he stuck his hands down the sweat pants and was touching me and up like my shirt as well and so i kept telling him no. >> reporter: it started at this bowling alley inner langer, kentucky. a man she just met-- a friend of a friend buying her drink after drink. later that night, she threw up and passed out. then, valley says, it happened. >> when i woke up the next morning, my panties and the sweat pants were down around my ankles and my bra was undone. >> reporter: valerie said she realized she was raped. reporting it the next day, a classic charge of acquaintance rape. nearly three years later, still n
rthday. carla wohl, abc news. >>> coming up later on "good morning america," country megastar tim macgraw opens up to our robin roberts in a surprisingly emotional interview. >> and robin will preview her interviews with other top country starts. that's coming up on "good morning america." >> have a great morning. thanks for watch >>> just moments away, the final chapter in the long saga of the d.c. sniper. john muhammad is scheduled to die. >> we're going to take whatever steps are necessary to make sure something like this does not happen again. >> the president pays tribute. >> the gulf coast is not taking any chances. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good tuesday morning. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us. we have another -- we had another gorgeous day in washington yesterday. >> a little gray out there this morning. what is the latest? " we're watching ida. -- >> we are watching ida. you can see the outer bands
. thank you to the united states of america. especially in berlin, we can experience the fall of the will drastically change the lives of our people. many made use of new opportunity but we remember those who lost their jobs and lost a sense of belonging in a new system. they have our support and their accomplishments also deserve our respect. 20 years after the fall of the berlin will wall, a lot has been accomplished, but a lot of work remains to be done. those who agreed today, let me tell you. remember november 9, 1989. we were hugging each other then and we were the happiest nation on the earth. when we keep this in mind, this puts our problems into perspective. i think we can be proud of what people have accomplished in west and east germany together over the past 20 years. the peaceful revolution of 1989 shows what brave people can achieve. this should be our warning and our mission. it is up to us to at least create holes in the walls separating the rich and poor. through consistent efforts, we can preserve natural support systems for all people. it is up to us to crea
, a former professor and lawyer, knows that while america wants to hear from him on this he has to be careful of what he says, because the jurors will come from among the community that is morning now. if the president says things like this guy is guilty, it will affect the nation's ability to get a fair trial. trace: we are waiting for the president to come out. one of the things that we have been focused on when we talk about gitmo detainee's cuff the difference between civilian trials and the military trials. what can you tell us that is different or interesting, unique them of >> in the gitmo cases there are a number of laws written. in the case of major nidal malik hasan, it will follow the military code of justice. basically, he will get a jury trial that will all be in the military, commissioned officers as well. presided over by a real judge that happens to be an active- duty colonel in the military. the 12 jurors will have to agree unanimously on gilts, and if so, unanimously on the healthy, life in prison or death, or perhaps unanimously upon not guilt of the government cannot prove
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vote, because i believe that the debt can bake america. >> to get even this far, it appears that the straight might have spread money around california congressman jim constance said his vote could be con contingent on getting help for building schools in his area, and the congressman explained he had been offered the dollars he was looking for. >> he responded to me by basically say thatting that did not like many of the elements that were in the legislation. however, he was able to procure $120 million for the university of california medical school. >> there is another wrinkle in all this. speaker pelosi secured the votes of 40 anti-abortion democrats by allowing them a vote on an amendment putting tight restrictions on abortion for anyone getting federal subsidies. it enrageed those who oppose abortion benefits a you this is a disappointing distraction from the bill before us. >> the pro life amendment passes and if speaker pelosi hadn't allowed the vote, she would have lost as many as 40 more democrats and the bill would have failed, but now several pro choice lawmakers
, with the ideological disaeements with america or withoreign terrorist groups. there are wide range of leads being ru down >> gw: we haveeard today that major hasan is conscious and talking. have any of e investigators been able to ta to him yet? >> not so fa he has a litary lawyer who's askedirst of all for the investigaon to be moved, he can't get a ir trial given the publicity and presint obama is goindown to ft. hood tomorrow. >> gwenthere has been much reporting a commentary about potential lks between major hasan and people who li tmselveses to terrorism. what canou tell us based on your reporting? >> we are hearing a lot mo, and what we can say ght now is that amonthe focuseis major hasan's cssing pas with the northern virginia iman who hs left the couny and is an american-born ima but has emerg as one of the leading promoters of al qaedaow based overseas. his lecturhich areescribed as fiery and incendiary hav been found,ownloaded veral terrorismuspects in north america,anada and the uned kingm. inclung it aears though one the somali american you who haveeft the country to join an al qaeda lin
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big metro areas we're among the safest for pedestrians. the group transportation for america ranked washington 32nd on its list of most dangerous cities for cities. orlando was most dangerous followed by the tampa bay area. cheryl court from the coalition for safer roads believes they start when you build them. >> we need to start with a federal complete streets policy saying when we go to build streets we need to build them for everybody. we need to design them so they are good places for walking, bicycling, driving and transit. >> minneapolis-st. paul ranked as the least dangerous metro area for pedestrians. >>> this morning some amazing video out of boston. a subway accident averted thanks to some heroic actions. take a look. this is surveillance video from friday night. a woman fell on the tracks after having a few drinks. there she is in the middle of the track. the train is fast approaching. passengers start waving their arms trying to get the train operator's attention. a radio operator yelled to pull the emergency brake. amazingly, the train stopped just in time. the woman w
on garbage cans, letting their neighbors know it is safe to come out. that loving america is legal again. [laughter] and i love america. oh, and, greta, you can rearrange the letters of your name to spell agreat, and it wasa great great night for a great nation. [laughter] >> sarah palin and rush limbaugh backed the conservative candidate. as the conservative least up to the gop, dede scozzafava. >> i would rather not. >> why not? >> because it is just not important. greta: yes, we can take a joke, and it is an was funny, and we are closing down shop. thank you for being with us. do not forget to go to gretawire.com. we are all headed there to the forum. "the o'reilly factor" is next. good night from washington, d.c.. : "the o'reilly factis
roadways. a new study by the coalition for smarter growth and transportation for america ranks the greater washington area 3 second out of 52 of the highest region for pedestrian danger. >> 12% of traffic deaths are pedestrian. >> reporter: most pedestrian deaths are preventable. they lack safe sidewalks and crosswalks for pedestrians. one example is central avenue in front of the addison road metro station. >> they're walking right next to moving traffic. the sidewalk was plays v placed not with a -- placed not with a little bit of a buffer but right next to the roadway. it's pretty intimidating to cross the street. >> you have to use very good judgment. you have to make sure that the car that is about to turn sees you. >> reporter: the report concludes that we should be spending more money to make our streets safer for pedestrians. in prince george's county, this is jimmy for 9news now and wusa9.com. >>> in tonight's flu alert, the number of adult deaths from the h1n1 virus could be much higher than first reported. according to the centers for disease control, during any given week, only
. there are enter vention etings to save hman, where they're ying to put bank of america togeth with lehman not september 2008 but in july. the c.e.o. of a.i.g. goes t tim geithner and, n augus and says we may have aroblem and need you turn us nto a bankolding compan and geithner doesn't mov on that. there's lot of things we end up dng later ye dick fold asked for that i july ad they thought that wasn't necessarily the best ia so there's questions about whether the government could have tigated this better. and optcally this doesn't loo good. there is a meeting- peop talk about thegold medal -- goldman, sachs conspiracy theories and im not sure believin the conspiracy theory per but there is a scenin june 2008 i mscow, russia, in the hotel room of hank pauon where e entire board of goldman, sas shows up and you say oh, my god, i don't even believe ts is happeng. i can tell ou anytng toward happened in the meing but it does raise judgments out what of these people were king at the timente tavis: did you find it at all ironic that th team -- folk now running the team for obama are the same
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lehman, where they're trying to put bank of america together with lehman not in september 2008 but in july. the c.e.o. of a.i.g. goes to tim geithner and, in august, and says we may have a problem and need you to turn us into a bank holding company. and geithner doesn't move on that. there's a lot of things we end up doing later yet dick fold asked for that in july and they thought that wasn't necessarily the best idea so there's questions about whether the government could have mitigated this better. and optically this doesn't look good. there is a meeting -- people talk about the gold medal -- goldman, sachs conspiracy theories and i am not sure i believe in the conspiracy theory per se but there is a scene in june 2008 in moscow, russia, in the hotel room of hank paulson where the entire board of goldman, sachs shows up and you say oh, my god, i don't even believe this is happening. i can't tell you anything untoward happened in the meeting but it does raise judgments about what of these people were making at the timente tavis: did you find it at all ironic that the team --
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when the u.s. military was still segregated and life at home in america was segregated. now a documentary highlights the experience of african- american troops serving in england. and joining us from chocolate soldiers of the u.s. and john wood who served in the army, gentlemen, thank you both for joining us. please to meet you. greg, i want to start with you. for those unfamiliar with this aspect of american history, african-american soldiers went to europe and in england in particular, and in many places, but in england, they were treated differently by whites there than treated here at home and in the u.s. and even in the armed services by fellow soldiers. give me the background on that story and what this documentary aims to document. >> as you mentioned, 140,000 african-american wents to great britain. they did not have any type of systemic racism or as they like to say a color bar there. so as a result when these african-american member and women arrived in great brittan, there was no jim crow. they were greeted as americans and helpers in the fight against hitler. the
of the toughest and most important duties any president faces: comforting the families of america's fallen heroes and the nation that grieves along with them. that's what president obama did today at fort hood where 12 soldiers and one civilian were killed in cold blood, allegedly by another soldier. some 15,000 mourners gathered at this country's largest military base for a memorial service. before it began, the president and mrs. obama met privately with the families of those who died and with some of the 29 wounded. following the service, the obamas visited some of those still in the hospital. national correspondent dean reynolds is at fort hood with more about this day of remembrance. >> reporter: their helmets and boots are are what they left. soldiers slain on american soil, volunteers turned victims. >> as we wrap our arms around the families of our fallen comrades, i would say to you all grieve with us, don't grieve for us. those who have fallen did so in the service of their country. >> reporter: and yet, while military families steel themselves for the worst, no one was prepared for wha
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